The most psychedelic place I've ever been to is Times Square in New York. After ascending from the dimly lit Metro station for the first time, I found myself surrounded by gigantic neon signs with moving pictures and thousands of people – a total sensory overload. Acclimatizing by simply standing still for a while, my focus wandered from the dazzling capitalist promises on the walls to the potential consumer on the ground. Almost all of the people there, mainly tourists, had one thing in common: they were absorbed in taking selfies. Again, and again, and again. Rarely have I observed a situation where everything was perceived solely through a mobile screen. I guess in such an iconic place, it is hard to resist making an iconic photo, and through it become an icon yourself.